IVF provides egg donation services for women who are unable to conceive using their own eggs, The IVF treatment is co-ordinated to synchronise the recipient and donor cycles. This allows the eggs to be collected from the donor and transferred to the recipient at the best possible time. The managing fertility specialist will monitor the donor as she undergoes vaginal ultrasounds and blood tests to determine when to collect the eggs. The egg collection procedure is usually performed under a light sedation or general anaesthetic at one of our day hospitals. At the time of egg collection, the sperm is collected and the eggs are fertilised in the laboratory. Three to five days after the egg collection, resulting embryos are transferred into the recipient and any other viable embryos are frozen, or all are frozen, for potential future transfer. After two weeks, a pregnancy test is carried out. Egg donation is useful for Premature ovarian failure, a condition in which menopause has started much earlier than usual, typically before age 40.Genetically transmitted diseases that could be passed on to your child.